Massive Development: Donald Trump AGAIN Insisted That Several Classified Documents From Mar-A-Lago Were Just “Empty Folder”

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On Tuesday, former U.S. President Donald Trump asserted again that most of the confidential documents discovered at his Mar-A-Lago resort were just “empty folders,” unlike the huge pile of classified documents discovered from Biden’s Delaware house.

The former president took to his social media platform Truth social to grill the “Justice Department.”

Last year in August, the FBI conducted a raid on Trump’s Florida house and discovered confidential documents.

Trump wrote on Truth Social:

“Many of the so-called ‘documents’ that the ‘Gestapo’ took in the Raid of Mar-a-Lago, unlike the ‘No Raids of Biden,’ were merely inexpensive and very common folders with words such as ‘Presidential Reading,’ ‘Confidential,’ ‘Classified,’ or other words stamped on the front cover.” 

He added:

“There was nothing inside of the folders because, during meetings where information was passed out, say at the Oval Office, when finished the papers inside were taken back, but the empty folders were left behind…..”

Trump also mentioned that he intentionally kept the folders only as “mementos.”

Trump said:

“Nothing wrong with that, but sounds to me that the Injustice Department views these as DOCUMENTS – They are not!” 

He continued:

“These people are just out looking for trouble! Should be checking Biden’s unsecured classified docs instead. How about the 1,850 Boxes sent to Delaware. That’s the mother load! Or separately, how about revealing who spied on my campaign, stuffed the ballot boxes, or paid off the FBI? That’s what people want to hear!”

Trump posted on his Truth Social:

The first time Trump claimed that the records discovered at Mar-a-Lago were mostly empty folders, was back on January 18.

“When I was in the Oval Office, or elsewhere, & ‘papers’ were distributed to groups of people & me, they would often be in a striped paper folder with ‘Classified’ or ‘Confidential’ or another word on them. When the session was over, they would collect the paper(s), but not the folders, & I saved hundreds of them…”

The post added:

“Page 2: Remember, these were just ordinary, inexpensive folders with various words printed on them, but they were a ‘cool’ keepsake. Perhaps the Gestapo took some of these empty folders when they Raided Mar-a-Lago, & counted them as a document, which they are not.”

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